The Archbishop of York, John Sentamu, met with the Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis at Durham University on 19 February for this first time to discuss interfaith relations in the 21st century with university students. This programme marked the beginnings of a student-led interfaith community called the CCJ Student Presidents. This group will work with other groups to give students from varying faiths the chance to interact with one another in an effort to promote tolerance and religious intelligence. The discussion began with the subject of interfaith dialogue. Both the archbishop and the rabbi emphasized the importance of open communication stating how much each faith can learn from one another and how necessary it is to work together as opposed to working against each other.